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B. F. Gamba, Vieira, G. H., Souza, D. H., Monteiro, F. F., Lorenzini, J. J., Carvalho, D. R., and Morreti-Ferreira, D., Smith-Magenis syndrome: clinical evaluation in seven Brazilian patients, vol. 10, pp. 2664-2670, 2011.
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